The Camino del Norte from Ribadesella

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The Camino de Santiago from Ribadesella

Distance: 285 Km

Duration: 14 days / 13 nights

Meals: Half Board or Only Breakfast

Accomodation: Hotels and Country Cottages

Price: From 994€ per person

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The Camino de Santiago (The Way of St. James) from Ribadesella to Vilalba is part of the fourth stage of the Camino del Norte (the Northern Way) that starts in the beautiful coastal town of Ribadesella at the foot of the Picos de Europa on the Cantabrian Sea.

The trail takes pilgrims to quiet villages in the rural area of Asturias, where you can try some of the delicious local food before arriving at the medieval city of Oviedo, the region’s capital.

Asturias has excellent cooking and is also famous for its cider. Oviedo marks the beginning of the Camino Primitivo, or the Original Way to Santiago de Compostela, the most popular route up until the tenth century.







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Camino de Santiago Itinerary from Ribadesella

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Ribadesella

Ribadesella is a beautiful city bordering the sea that is worth exploring.

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From Ribadesella to Colunga - 20km

The Camino continues uphill towards the village of Vega, at the foot of the impressive Mount Redondu. Arriving at the Las Vegas beach, we cross the Regatu del Acebu and starting heading uphill towards the charming town of Berbes. Then the Camino goes downhill to the beach of El Arenal de Mons, from where you can see the mouth of the Los Romeros River. After passing by the Templars and the Benedictine Monastery of Santiago (founded in the eleventh century), we arrive at Colunga.

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From Colunga to Villaviciosa - 17km

In today’s leg you will get to see the beautiful mountainous landscape of the northern coast. Along the way we will pass by the town of MiengoSuances is a beautiful little town that is worth taking your time to explore. Our destination for today is the medieval village of Santillana del Mar. You will get to walk through lovely meadows and quiet villages along the day’s route. The town of Santillana del Mar is one of the most popular in Cantabria, famous for its Altamira Caves.

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From Villaviciosa to Gijón - 29km

From Villaviciosa, we follow the Camino until we reach the village of La Casquita. From this point on we will stray away from the coast. We will have the opportunity to visit Oviedo, and also connect with the “Camino Primitivo” (the Original Way). On this part of the Camino don’t forget to visit the Church of San Juan de Amandi (13th century), and the wonderful pre-Romanesque church known as El Conventin (9th century). We cross the river and continue along Valdedio Camoca to Alto de La Campa, enjoying magnificent views over the valley of Sariego. Finally, we descend to Figares and we continue walking towards La Carcabada until we reach Pola de Siero.

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From Gijón to Avilés - 24km

On our way from Gijón to the city of Avilés we will be able to visit a prehistoric dolmen and enjoy great views along the way.

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From Avilés to El Pito - 28km

We will cross through small interesting towns along the route and spend the night in El Pito, where we can visit Renaissance gardens and beautiful palaces. A visit to the picturesque fishing village of Cudillero is also recommended.

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From El Pito to Ballota - 25km

We will cross beautiful stunning beaches and lush green areas before reaching Ballota.

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From Ballota to Luarca - 22km

We will make our way to Luarca, a traditional fishing village where enjoying fresh seafood and a nice glass of cider is highly recommended!

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From Luarca to Navia - 21km

Once we arrive at Navia, we recommend visiting the market and its medieval walls, as well as taking full advantage of the exquisite local cuisine.

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From Navia to Ribadeo - 31km

Ribadeo is a typical Galician tourist destination and is famous for its Cathedral.

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From Ribadeo to Lourenzá - 27km

The rural area of Lourenzá is famous for its beans. We will walk along rural trails, through small towns and villages.

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From Lourenzá to Abadín - 24km

We recommend making a stop along the way to visit Mondoñedo, the former capital of the Kingdom of Galicia.

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From Abadín to Vilalba - 20km

We will continue our route through forests, farmland and green pastures until reaching the city of Vilalba.

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Vilalba

We will finish off the fourth section of the Northern Way in the historic commercial city of Vilalba. This region is famous for its milk and high-quality cheese production. We can also enjoy the local cuisine, and a visit to the Andrade Tower (now called Parador) is a must.

Camino de Santiago Accommodations from Ribadesella

Accommodation in hotels, country homes, guesthouses, traditional Galician homes and charming hostels.

All rooms have a private bathroom and all the necessary facilities to ensure your comfort. Our accommodations have been selected to guarantee your rest and relaxation so that you have a pleasant stay along the Camino de Santiago.

All of the accommodations that we offer are personally checked on-site by our team. We also double check them by referring to the opinions of our customers.

Since we work with quality accommodations that have limited capacity, the exact name of the accommodation will be provided 30 days before the start of the Camino de Santiago.

Camino de Santiago Services from Ribadesella

INCLUDED SERVICES

Accommodation in hotels, traditional Galician homes, country homes, and charming hostels.

Rooms with private bathroom.

Meal plan of your choice.

Luggage transport between stages.

Complete itinerary of the route.

24 hours Telephone assistance on route.

Assistance vehicle in case of emergency.

Informative dossier on the Camino de Santiago.

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ADDITIONAL SERVICES

Additional single room: €227 per person.

Extra night in Vilalba: €55 per person.

Transfer from Vilalba to Ribadesella: €290.

Travel assistance insurance: €39 per person.

Cancellation insurance: €26 per person.

About the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella to Vilalba

We would now like to talk about a section of the Camino del Norte: in particular, the one that leaves from the town of Ribadesella and culminates in that of Vilalba. It is one of the most beautiful roads that can be made and, at the same time, one of the most recommended by those who have already carried it out.

So, we will give you all the necessary information to complete it and so that you can plan your route. Discover everything that awaits you with Santiago Ways.

Why choose the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella to Vilalba?

It is true that each person has their own reasons for making any of the possible routes of the Camino de Santiago in general. However, each one of them has a special charm and a few reasons that make it better or worse than the others.

So then we'll talk about what are the main reasons for making the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella to Vilalba.

Ribadesella

1.- Gastronomy: One of the most noteworthy points of the Camino del Norte and this particular section is without a doubt the quality of its gastronomy. This point is discovering its importance along the way when, after every effort, we appreciate a good meal even more.

Thus, we must say that one of the main incentives with which this Camino del Norte from Ribadesella counts on is in the quality and quantity of its food. All the more reason to enjoy it.

2.-Infrastructure: It is true that some roads are better equipped in terms of infrastructure than others. The Camino del Norte is one of the best equipped in terms of infrastructure: it has good communications, good roads and, in general, everything a pilgrim needs to re-stock supplies and rest.

Therefore, also in this sense it is outstanding and is also indicated for those who make the Camino de Santiago for the first time.

3.-Environment: Another of the most important reasons to make this Camino del Norte from Ribadesella to Vilalba is the powerful influence of its environment.

In fact, we will be surrounded not only by the imposing beauty of the Cantabrian Sea but also by the beautiful hills and mountains that border it. We could say that the whole landscape of this route is shown as clearly unique and incomparable.

Mar Cantabrico Camino de Santiago

4.- Heritage: Another important reason to make the Camino de Santiago from Ribadesella to Vilalba is in its patrimonial richness. Since the Middle Ages, the area has been accumulating beautiful buildings, sanctuaries and towns that still today leave visitors with their mouths open.

You can't miss beautiful locations like Colunga, Avilés or Ribadesella itself.

5.-The climate: Precisely to traverse the coast of the Cantabrian Sea, the temperatures of the Camino del Norte are mild throughout the year. This is one of the reasons why the pilgrims choose to flee from the most extreme temperatures that can occur in the rest of the Iberian Peninsula.

Information about the route of the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella

The route of the Camino de Santiago del Norte from Ribadesella to Vilalba is one of the longest itineraries of which are not in themselves a complete route. That is to say, being a stretch of the Camino del Norte, it is one of the longest that exists.

It runs along the Cantabrian and Asturian coasts with beautiful landscapes, cliffs and also some mountain areas. Indeed, the route is made in the lands of the Picos de Europa, one of the most impressive places in our country.

At the same time, you will have the incentive to go by villages with a wonderful appearance like Vilalba itself or the locality where it starts, Ribadesella. You will also be passing through Oviedo, the Asturian capital, where you can enjoy the best of its gastronomy.

Route of the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella to Vilalba

Maps of the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella to Vilalba

We enclose the maps of the route of the Camino de Santiago from Ribadesella to Vilalba. With this, we intend to give you all the necessary information to undertake this route and make your planning easier.

Ribadesella - Colunga

Mapa etapa de Ribadesella a Colunga

Map stage from Ribadesella to Colunga

Colunga - Villaviciosa

Mapa etapa de Colunga a Villaviciosa

Map stage from Colunga to Villaviciosa

Villaviciosa - Gijón

Mapa etapa de Villaviciosa a Gijon

Map stage from Villaviciosa to Gijon

Gijón - Avilés

Mapa etapa de Gijon a Aviles

Map stage from Gijon to Aviles

Avilés - El Pito 

Mapa etapa de Aviles a El Pito

Map stage from Aviles to El Pito

El Pito - Ballota

Mapa etapa de El Pito a Ballota

Map stage from El Pito to Ballota

Ballota - Luarca

Mapa etapa de Ballota a Luarca

Map stage from Ballota to Luarca

Luarca - Navia

Mapa etapa de Luarca a Navia

Map stage from Luarca to Navia

Navia - Ribadeo

Mapa etapa de Navia a Ribadeo

Map stage from Navia to Ribadeo

Ribadeo - Lourenzá

Mapa etapa de Ribadeo a Lourenza

Map stage from Ribadeo to Lourenza

Lourenzá - Abadín

Mapa etapa de Lourenza a Abadin

Map stage from Lourenza to Abadin

Abadín - Vilalba

Mapa etapa de Abadin a Vilalba

Map stage from Abadin to Vilalba

Profiles of the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella to Vilalba

We now talk about the profile of the Camino de Santiago from Ribadesella to Vilalba. In this section, you will be able to see graphically the average altitude of the whole road as well as its stages of greater difficulty. We hope that it will help you to get an idea of the great adventure that awaits you.

Ribadesella - Colunga

Perfil etapa de Ribadesella a Colunga

Profile stage from Ribadesella to Colunga

Colunga - Villaviciosa

Perfil etapa de Colunga a Villaviciosa

Profile stage from Colunga to Villaviciosa

Villaviciosa - Gijón

Perfil etapa de Villaviciosa a Gijon

Profile stage from Villaviciosa to Gijon

Gijón - Avilés

Perfil etapa de Gijon a Aviles

Profile stage from Gijon to Aviles

Avilés - El Pito 

Perfil etapa de Aviles a El Pito

Profile stage from Aviles to El Pito

El Pito - Ballota

Perfil etapa de El Pito a Ballota

Profile stage from El Pito to Ballota

Ballota - Luarca

Perfil etapa de Ballota a Luarca

Profile stage from Ballota to Luarca

Luarca - Navia

Perfil etapa de Luarca a Navia

Profile stage from Luarca to Navia

Navia - Ribadeo

Perfil etapa de Navia a Ribadeo

Profile stage from Navia to Ribadeo

Ribadeo - Lourenzá

Perfil etapa de Ribadeo a Lourenza

Profile stage from Ribadeo to Lourenza

Lourenzá - Abadín

Perfil etapa de Lourenza a Abadin

Profile stage from Lourenza to Abadin

Abadín - Vilalba

Perfil etapa de Abadin a Vilalba

Profile stage from Abadin to Vilalba

Stages on foot of the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella to Vilalba

We detail below what are the stages on foot that take place with Santiago Ways. Each of them has an approximate length of 25 kilometres.

Stage from Ribadesella to Colunga

Stage from Colunga to Villaviciosa

Stage from Villaviciosa to Gijón

Stage from Gijón to Avilés

Stage from Avilés to El Pito

Stage from El Pito to Ballota

Stage from Ballota to Luarca

Stage from Luarca to Navia

Stage from Navia to Ribadeo

Stage from Ribadeo to Lourenzá

Stage from Lourenzá to Abadín

Stage from Abadín to Vilalba

How long does the Camino de Santiago from Ribadesella to Vilalba take?

As we have said, this section of the Camino de Santiago is one of the longest of all possible routes. In fact, it has a total of 285 kilometres divided in a total of 14 stages with its corresponding 13 nights.

That means that it takes more time to get over it than most stretches of other routes. It is another reason why it is worth doing.

Best time to do the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella

In the background, it depends on the taste of each person choosing the season that suits you to make the Camino de Santiago in general. However, in each route there are some characteristics that can make it better for a time or season than another.

That is why we want to talk about the different seasons and their advantages and disadvantages when doing them on the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella.

Spring

In Spring, the temperature is mild although the risk of precipitation increases in the northern part of Spain where the climate is predominantly oceanic. However, one point in favour is that this season brings a splashing of colour that will delight the most nature lovers.

However, and because of its length, the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella has the disadvantage that it cannot be completed at Easter in most cases.

Still, with a little planning against the rain and looking forward to enjoying an incomparable environment, it is possible and advisable to make the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella at this time of year.

Summer

Summer is the most popular time for pilgrims because the temperatures in northern Spain are milder than in the rest of the country as a consequence of the influence of the Cantabrian Sea.

El Camino de Santiago en verano

In addition to the cool weather, it also helps the fact that during this season we have more time than during the rest of the year. That has the disadvantage that the influx of pilgrims is greater.

This is not a problem, however, in the case of the Camino del Norte in general and in particular for the Camino de Santiago from Ribadesella: it does not have as many pilgrims as the Camino Frances and when travelling with Santiago Ways we will not have problems when finding accommodation.

Autumn

In the autumn the risk of precipitation increases again, so we must also increase our planning. The temperatures are still mild and in fact it is possible that the months of September or October are the ideal ones to make the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella.

This is because the whole landscape is tinted with beautiful colours thanks to the deciduous vegetation that is throughout the environment. A natural spectacle that you should not miss for anything in the world.

So, the beginning of September or October can be a good time taking advantage of the last heat of summer and the opportunity to see this autumn show.

Winter

Winter is without a doubt the season of the brave. Temperatures fall and in some cases can be a drawback in mountain areas like those that we will cross on the Camino del Norte desde Ribadesella.

Although it is possible to book with Santiago Ways throughout the year, we recommend that if it is the first time you make the Camino de Santiago choose another more benign season.

Otherwise, the influx of pilgrims falls and if you do not travel with us you should be cautious because most of the accommodations close during this season.

Guide to the places that you cannot miss on the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella

We have prepared a selection of places that you cannot miss during your pilgrimage on the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella. It includes some emblematic places for architectural, historical and cultural interest and also others of gastronomic interest: mainly a recommendation of the best restaurants on the route.

We also want to show you which hotels you will be staying with Santiago Ways.

Places of interest

Avilés

This beautiful village located in the Province of Asturias is one of the most beautiful in our country. We recommend you to lose yourself on its streets enjoying its historic quarter. Especially, we recommend the Plaza El Carbayu, with an exquisite taste and a certainly spectacular but simple appearance.

Aviles

Luarca and the Jardines de la Fonte Baixa

Luarca is another of the most beautiful towns in the Principality of Asturias. In addition to its wonderful fishing port with secular roots, we recommend you to visit the Fonte Baixa Gardens, a spectacular planted area decorated with exquisite taste.

Jardines de la Fonte Baixa

Mondoñedo

This locality was during the times when the so-called Kingdom of Galicia existed its capital. For this reason, there are few cities in Spain that have a history so intense and rich that it is reflected in its streets and monuments.

We recommend inside this area its cathedral and the Fortress of Tovar, a typical construction of the Feudal Age that served to protect the domains of a noble family.

Mondonedo

Where to sleep – The best hotels

From Santiago Ways we want to take care of you as you deserve. For this reason, with us, you will only stay in the best hotels along your pilgrimage along the Camino del Norte desde Ribadesella. Here, we want to leave you some examples.

Where to eat – The best restaurants

We also wanted to add some recommendations of places to eat throughout your entire pilgrimage on the route of the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella. This will allow you to taste and then enjoy one of the best gastronomies in the world on your route on the  Camino del Norte from Ribadesella from Vilalba.

Restaurante Arbidel

This restaurant in the city of Ribadesella, our starting point, has a Michelin Star and will allow you to try exquisite dishes, traditional and with the best quality. In addition, to add charm, they are served in a dish with an exceptional decorative touch. Also, the excellent service will be a great incentive to start your Camino on the right footing.

Restaurante Arbidel

Restaurante Auga

Located in the marina of the city of Gijón, this restaurant includes among its main dishes, some delicacies such as sea bass, suckling pig, and red mullet, among others. It also has on its menu vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. There are dishes for all tastes.

Restaurante Auga

Restaurante As de Picas

The traditional Fabada (Bean stew) is the dish par excellence not only in Asturias but also of this restaurant so that we recommend visiting the centre of Gijón. If you ask for it, you will surely be able to delight in one of the best fabadas you will ever try. Also, beans with wild boar, among other delicious dishes, will make you want to return. Moreover, the good service of its staff is unmatched.

Origin of the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella to Vilalba

The origin of the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella shares its roots with the Camino del Norte. This route began in the Middle Ages and was the one that took many pilgrims who preferred to go along the coast to avoid the dangers of the war of the "Reconquista". So, this road was the most popular until it was later advanced in the Christian domain.

It was then that the alternative of the Camino Francés was gaining importance. From that moment on, the Camino del Norte was abandoned until, in the 19th century, some romantics were encouraged to take it again.

Since then, it has become one of the most popular routes because of the beauty of its landscapes, its good infrastructure and the great gastronomic offer. Similarly, as we have said before, the heritage in terms of culture, history and art make it a favourite route for those who want to know more about Spanish culture.

The Camino de Santiago from Ribadesella with Santiago Ways

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Other users’ opinions about the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella to Vilalba

We enclose the maps of the route of the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella to Vilalba. With this, we intend to give you all the necessary information to undertake this route and make your planning easier.

And since it is always very important to know the opinion of others to know what awaits us, here we leave the opinion of other users who have already completed the Camino del Norte from Ribadesella with us. It's sure to help you decide and have an unforgettable experience.

Winston Fernandez
Winston Fernandez
I used Santiago Ways on my first Camino in March this year. The trail that I did was from Vigo to Santiago de Compostela. The experience was truly fantastic ….. mainly because of Santiago Ways.My contact person at Santiago Ways was Vanessa Veiga. Right from the onset Vanessa was extremely helpful , sensitive and very attentive to all my requests. She responded swiftly to all my mails. She selected the right hotels which were excellent and the luggage always arrived on time.I am planning my second Camino next April and I would continue to use Santiago Ways and in particular Vanessa. Thanks a million Vanessa and continue the good work to all the pilgrims who want to experience a true Camino.Winston FernandezKuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Marion Tilley-Vyner
Marion Tilley-Vyner
Santiago Ways made it possible for me to do the pilgrimage. At 69 I did not like the idea of staying in a hostal, I like a bit of privacy and comfort! And I could not have done the walking while carrying my luggage. Adriana at Santiago Ways helped me work out my route and booked hotels and luggage transfers. Also, having them there in case I had any problems, was very reassuring. Adriana was only a phone call away. I recommend using Santiago Ways for anyone having doubts about doing the pilgrimage - they make it so much easier!
Tammy Shain
Tammy Shain
Vanessa was awesome and we loved Santiago Ways! We had a group of 8 college friends that were all around 50-years old. The deciding factor in choosing Santiago Ways was the group discount offered for groups of 6 or more. All other companies threshold for a discount was 10 people. Vanessa and the staff were awesome to work with throughout the process. We did the five day hike from Sarria to Santiago. We requested superior accommodations in places that were on the trail. The accommodations were top notch and 4 of the 5 places were directly on the trail. The exception was our night in Lavacolla in which we were .4 miles off the trail. It was our choice to stay in that location in order to have a shorter walk to Santiago on our final day so we could make the noon mass. We were pleasantly surprised at how clean each place was and they all had great bar and restaurant choices in close proximity - with the exception of Lavacolla so we recommend eating on-site - it was very good.
Sandi Frost Steensma
Sandi Frost Steensma
We had an excellent experience on the Camino with Santiago Ways. We had 14 women and everything was wonderful. We enjoyed the hotels, loved the daily luggage transport and the food was terrific. Santiago Ways communicated throughout our trip. We felt well-supported when we needed to make changes. Thank you!!
Beatriz Beltranena
Beatriz Beltranena
Santiago Ways is excellent they exceeded my expectations!! they do a great JOB and we had a "Buen Camino" in part thanks to them... lovely hotels.. flawless bag transfers and great great service!!! I would totally recommend them and please look for Vanessa she is the best.
Jan Schubert
Jan Schubert
My family and I used Santiago Ways to organize our recent pilgrimage from Lisbon to Porto. They did an excellent job booking us (as much as possible) into wonderful, small, family-run hotels and coping with the many changes dictated by "group" travel. In addition, one of us was traveling by bicycle whilst the rest were walking, necessitating even more planning which Santiago Ways did with patience and grace. We recommend using Santiago Ways for Camino support and planning!!! Jan Schubert
Jill Scher
Jill Scher
My family and I (6 of us) just finished walking the Lisbon to Porto section of the Camino Portuguese. It was a wonderful experience for us. The hotels we were booked into were well chosen and the food was great. We also found the path to be well marked making way finding fairly easy. A great relief as we had heard it was not well marked. Our luggage was efficiently transferred each day and everything ran very smoothly. Thank you Santiago Ways! We would definitely recommend your services to our friends. Jill
Kenneth E. Nowell
Kenneth E. Nowell
Santiago Ways made my memorable hike trouble-free. I had excellent hotels, tasty breakfasts, dependable baggage forwarding, informative advance information, and a dependable drive to deliver me to Sarria. I really appreciate their attention to detail!
Margo Gosia Barker
Margo Gosia Barker
We booked our El Camino with Santiago Ways and we were very lucky to have Silvia as our agent. She did a fantastic job organizing our trip, always promptly responding to our inquiries, impeccable English, all accommodations that she arranged for us were great, and our luggage was always delivered to the next location timely, before our arrivals to sites. I would definitely recommend Santiago Ways and ask for Silvia to be your representative.
Patricia Bazán
Patricia Bazán
This trip changed my life in ways I could not describe! I knew the hiking was going to be a challenge, but Santiago Ways made it so easy to plan and execute. They are truly the best and I am already planning my next trip with Santiago Ways and would not think of going anywhere else. Silvia Rivera was particularly helpful in the planning, as she answered all my questions patiently, and help me through the process. Great job, Guys, and I will see you next year!
Roberto Canto
Roberto Canto
Have just finished El Camino de Santiago from Sarria with the help of Santiago Ways. They have been extremely accesible from day one. The transfer of the luggage throught the five days was impecable, always finding the luggage in the room on every stage of the way. The food and lodging was very acceptable. If I were to do it again I would not hesitate to contact them once more for their assistance! "Buen camino".
Edmee Flores
Edmee Flores
Our experience with Santiago Ways was flawless. We highly recommend this outfit for your Santiago way experience. A perfect 10!
Barbara Melinska
Barbara Melinska
Very nice experience. Good and professional organization.Nice and friendly environment during the event. Recommended 100 %. Saludos para Jose 😉
Hanna Ringel
Hanna Ringel
Simply put - an incredible experience! This agency looks after every last detail. I walked the last 100 km of the Camino with their help and I definitely want to go back soon and do a longer part of the route. When that happens (which I hope is soon) I'll definitely be using Santiago Ways again! Thanks for everything.
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